‘Undisclosed’ investigates America’s criminal justice system and wrongful convictions

News September 26, 2022
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“Undisclosed” investigates America’s criminal justice system and wrongful convictions. Episodes closely examine the crimes, investigations, trials, verdicts, and evidence that did not appear in court for high profile and lesser-known cases.

Stream the podcast from the beginning of each mini series or specific case. In its 7 years of case coverage, “Undisclosed” released over 400 episodes with hosts Rabia Chaudry, Colin Miller, and Susan Simpson. They bring thorough research, analysis, and insight to cases.

The podcast wrapped in March but resurfaces episodes on relevant cases. There were 3 rereleased episodes from season 1 “The State v. Adnan Syed” as soon as news broke on the motion to vacate Syed’s conviction. The episodes about his case, also covered in “Serial’s” first season, explored the evidence and charges for killing his former girlfriend and classmate Hae Min Lee in 1999.

“Undisclosed” started podcasting in April 2015 to investigate the State of Maryland’s case against Syed. They dove into the case and went beyond the evidence that was already available, what was revealed in “Serial,” and analyzed the facts. On a recent episode, the hosts reunited to discuss Syed’s case and analyze the State Attorney’s motion.

In the “The State v. Willis and Braddy” mini series, learn how the state charged Karl Willis and Wayne Braddy after the grand jury refused to indict them for murdering 13-year-old Maurce Purifie. In several episodes, hear how the case unfolded when Toledo police officers interrogated Travis Slaughter about Purifie’s murder. Slaughter’s motion to stop his confession was denied and he recanted his trial testimony. Hear about the verdict and what the podcast uncovered.

In “The State v. Joey Watkins” mini series, learn about a Georgia man sentenced to life in prison for aggravated assault, a weapons violation, misdemeanor stalking, and the felony murder of Isaac Dawkins in 2000.

Watkins was convicted in 2001 and “Undisclosed” learned about this case from the Georgia Innocence Project. The podcast’s team unpacked what happened in this case and presented their findings along with Emmy Award-winner Jon Cryer.

We recommend “Undisclosed” for fans of investigative podcasts like “Serial,” “Wrongful Conviction,” and “In the Dark.” Steam “Undisclosed” wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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